Top African Airlines on West African Routes

Top African Airlines on West African Routes

African Airlines may conjure some primitive images to those passengers who are strangers to the daily flights on its West African routes. This may be due to lack of information and ignorance, a lot of indigenous airlines that ply the various routes in West Africa are world-class carriers. Some of these airlines have won the World Airline Awards; which is an international benchmark of airline excellence.

This article will help you feel at ease so that the next time you travel around West Africa, you can travel in any of the following top African Airlines. These airlines are certified, trustworthy and are members of the various global airline alliances.

 

1. Fly Mid Africa Airline

Fly Mid Africa Airlines helps you discover comfort at excellent value prices when it flies you to some of the vibrant and attractive destinations in West Africa such as Dakar, Freetown, Accra and Lagos from its hub in Banjul. Whether you are travelling for pleasure, family travel or business, the airline settles you with an exceptional flight experience in its luxurious inflight and personalized service.

2. Kenya Airways

Kenya Airways got your flight to West Africa fully covered with its world class facilities and flights. It is member of Sky Team, the Kenya’s flag carrier and the Sub-Saharan African’s third biggest airline, owned partly by Air-France KLM and the government of Kenya. Its routes include; Nigeria, Cameroon, South Africa, Ethiopia, Ghana, Tanzania and Zimbabwe.

 

 

 

3. Asky Airlines

It offers passengers an extensive network of world class services across West Africa. Asky Airline is one of those airlines that you would always see across some major cities in West Africa.

4. Ethiopian Airlines

Ethiopian Airlines was formerly called Ethiopian Air Lines (EAL), the flag carrier of Ethiopia and a member of the International Air Transport Association, African Airlines Association (AFRAA) and Star Alliance. It has its hub at Bole International Airport in Addis Ababa, and it flies passengers to more destinations than other airlines in Africa. In 2011, it was awarded‘The African Cargo Airline of the Year’. Its frequent flyer is ShebaMiles, which rewards passengers with miles and other benefits.

 

5. Air Côte d”Ivoire

Air Côte d”Ivoire is the flag carrier of Ivory Coast with its main hub at Port Bouet Airport and ‘sMiles’ is its frequent flyer program. A refreshing flight across the skies of West Africa is what this airline offers every passenger travelling across West Africa.